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As-Salaamu Alaykum. Do certain practices amongst the Twelvers have a more cultural aspect to it than religious? For instance, what is the basis of conforming to such practices as organising and participating in processions, matam and zanzir?
Salam Alaikum Here are a few videos of the Imam Hussain Annual Arbaeen Procession 1437/2015 - Windsor, Canada فيديو مسيرة اربعين الامام الحسين (ع) ١٤٣٧ في وندزر، كندا Imam Hussain Annual Arbaeen Procession 1437 in Windsor, Canada http://youtu.be/Q9Zbjc5phDg مسيرة اربعين الامام الحسين (ع) ١٤٣٧ في وندزر، كندا - تقرير خبري باللغة الانجليزية Arbaeen Procession 1437 - Windsor, Canada - English News report http://youtu.be/lgnCh3DGIgM مسيرة اربعين الامام الحسين (ع) ١٤٣٧ في وندزر، كندا - تقرير خبري باللغة العربية Arbaeen Procession 1437 - Windsor, Canada - Arabic News report http://youtu.be/Qjvw3czHuy0 كلمة باللغة الانجليزية للاخ احمد بزي في مسيرة الاربعين ١٤٣٧ في وندزر، كندا English speech by brother Ahmed Bazzi in the Arbaeen Procession 1437 - Windsor, Canada http://youtu.be/L0tLiH_xWYE كلمة باللغة العربية للشيخ علي عيديبي في مسيرة الاربعين ١٤٣٧ في ونذزر، كندا Arabic speech by Shaikh Ali Aideebi in the Arbaeen Procession 1437- Windsor, Canada http://youtu.be/NVO__6S54iI
CONSTITUTION OF PAKISTAN GUARANTEES ITS CITIZENS FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT OF ASSEMBLY AND PROFESSING RELIGION: Those who are demanding Shia Muslims to restrict their public processions in Pakistan are talking against the Fundamental rights guaranteed under the Constitution of Pakistan because right of Assembly and right to profess religion is guaranteed to citizens under the constitution. I am pasting the relevant articles here. 16 Freedom of assembly. Every citizen shall have the right to assemble peacefully and without arms, subject to any reasonable restrictions imposed by law in the interest of public order. 20 Freedom to profess religion and to manage religious institutions. Subject to law, public order and morality:- (a) every citizen shall have the right to profess, practice and propagate his religion; and ( b ) every religious denomination and every sect thereof shall have the right to establish, maintain and manage its religious institutions. If the state wants that Shias should surrender this right and should not assemble in public then its only solution is suspension of fundamental rights guaranteed under Article 16 and Article 20 of the Constitution. Constitutional amendment can be brought by two third majority in the parliament. We welcome our parliament if the parliament can bring this amendment. Then these fundamental rights will be suspended. There will be no political activity or processions, religious activity or processions and even no one will have the right to offer prayer in the mosque either of Shia or Sunni because the Article will be suspended. Are you ready to bring this amendment in the Constitution? The sentence "subject to any reasonable restrictions imposed by law in the interest of public order" in the said articles proves beyond the shadow of any doubt that these religious gatherings or processions can only be regulated but can never be banned. I hope you will understand the point and i also also ask Shia Muslims to raise this point on each forum. Thank you very much your brother in faith. You can read the articles of the constitution in the following online link. http://www.pakistani.../part2.ch1.html
I was just wondering if there are any sisters from Sydney, Australia or Australia in general that are attending The Annual Ashura Procession in Sydney CBD? I ask as I am a fairly recent revert to Islam alhumdulilah and I dont have any family or friends who are muslim to accompany me there so there may be another sister in the same situation as me? Completely fine if not but would be great to meet new people inshallah in such a sad month. Thank you.
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